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03/04/2010

Video: Tale as old as time...

by Jeremy Hooper


Good Day LA [FOX LA]

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What is with these closet cases? I mean, I can see why some same-sex attracted persons might not see themselves ever getting married (to someone of either sex). But to actively oppose marriage equality?? I can see the "protest too much" argument, and even the politically expedient argument, but is that it? Is it all about political expedience? or an overreaction panic to keep from being outed? Self hatred, maybe? I have such difficulty in wrapping my head around this phenomenon that seems to be way too pervasive.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 4, 2010 3:11:08 PM

And, not only is this closet case from Bakersfield (notorious for eliminating all county clerk officiated marriages, rather than perform any same-sex marriages), but the Bakersfield.com (the website of the local newspaper - The Bakersfield Californian) left out the mention of the fact that Ashburn (I call dibs on usage of "Assburn" for referring to him) was leaving a gay nightclub. They did mention the other guy (trick he picked up at the bar) who was in the vehicle, but only said, ".. did not believe the man was a state government official."

Conservative paper won't even acknowledge that the closet case was ferrying a trick home that he picked up at a gay bar... go figure!

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 4, 2010 5:33:21 PM

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